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If a patient has partial pressure of oxygen at 50 mmHG how many ml of O2 are dissolved in every 100 ml of blood ?

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At 5 °C the solubility increases to 9.0 mL (50% ... oxygen levels in the patient's blood, but has the secondary ... blood partial pressure ...
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Positive: 44 %
Partial Pressure of Oxygen in Arterial Blood ... O2 combined with Hb+0.003 ml×Pao2=O2 dissolved in plasma ... 45 mmHg C(a-v)O2 3.5 -5.0 Vol% HbCO 0.50%.
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Positive: 41 %

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Positive: 25 %
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